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Modifying an existing form

Thread began 3/26/2010 3:29 pm by woodenboat | Last modified 4/15/2010 6:39 am by john275907 | 846 views | 4 replies |

woodenboat

Modifying an existing form

I have an existing form I created and would like to add captcha to it. I put my cursor inside the form, select webassist > css form builder > insert form. When I do this I get this error: A Runtime Error has occured. Do you wish to Debug?
Line: 367
Error: Expected';"

why?

I'm also getting errors even when I start a new form using css form builder and select one of the existing template forms Log in.

"While executing onResize in WZ_SiteTools_Progress.htm, the following JavaScript error occured:
In file "WA_SiteTools_Progress":
refreshUI is not defined

and another
While executing onClick in WAFB_AddForm.htm, the following JavaScript error occured...

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'm not sure what would cause that error. I've created a support incident so that we can look into this problem with you directly.

Please update your incident in the support history section of our web site to include a phone number and good time to contact you and we will try to get this resolved as soon as possible.

Maybe include a copy of the page so we can see if we can reproduce and fix the problem without needing to call you at all.

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woodenboat

I did delete dreamweavers cache thinking that might solve the problem which did solve all the errors except for the Runtime Errors but I managed to add the captcha. The big problem for me is CSS form builder edits ALL the fields in the form and creates/adds validated code to ALL fields when I don't want it, too much bloat/code added to areas I didn't want edited. I would like to be able to just add some security and validation to a couple of fields and then use universal email to set it up for submissions.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This is a common request. We will investigate ways to make that easier in the future. Thanks for the suggestion.

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john275907

Modify Existing form

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  This is a common request. We will investigate ways to make that easier in the future. Thanks for the suggestion.  



I second woodenboat's comment about being able to make a simple addition to an existing form such as adding captcha. This was the main reason I purchased this product.

At least woodenboat got his form to work......

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